Before giving an update on how things are looking with Grant Gustin and Candice Patton on Thursday''s "Red Wedding," they''re now canceled, and the actors'' only The Flash, Superman, and Naomi have left to carry the Arrowverse torch. It''s pretty much down to the show that is going into its ninth season to keep healthy-diminishing hopes alive. Why are we concerned about The Flash''s possibility?
Check out the preview images and promo for S08E17 "Into the Still Force," followed by a preview of the episode''s title as "TBA."
ERIC WALLACE DIRECTS FOR THE Flash Season 8 Episode 15 "Into the Still Force" starring Jesse L. Martin, Candice Patton, Danielle Panabaker, Danielle Nicolet, and Kayla Compton. The series also stars Jesse L. Martin, Candice Patton, Danielle Panabaker, and Meghan Markle. Lauren Barnett, the executive producer and showrunner, has directed the episode. Christina M. Walker
CAITY LOTZ DIRECTS The Flash (Grant Gustin) is blasted with a shockwave that forced his body to age prematurely. The series also stars Jesse L. Martin, Candice Patton, Danielle Panabaker, Danielle Nicolet, Kayla Compton, and Brandon McKnight. Thomas Pound & Jess Carson directed the episode.
When viewers will learn the name of the actual "graphic novel" arc, Wallace gave an insight into Deathstorm''s "devastating" motives, and more during a meeting with TV Insider, explaining how Season 8 has evolved since Season 6 as "all one big story":
"It''s not going to exaggerate here, but all of the characters." "For the first time this season, we have three graphic-novel spells, and Team Flash will never be the same after the second one, as you would imagine. "It''s also very different," says the writer. "It''s a huge difference in how the poster moves out of Season Eight''s 3 Graphic-Novel Arcs (& When We''ll Learn the Title of Arc 2): "
Wallace Has Done Their Job in Arc #2, which isn''t a spoiler, "The Blackfire Hauntings." When I first pitched my crazy ideas, my staff looked at me like, "What? That sounds like a horror film." And I went, ''Yes, it''s a horror movie.'' It''s a process for ''The Flash,'' and once they got past that, the joy set in."
Wallace Has Known Where This Season Has Been Going since Season 6 Since It''s "All One Big Story": "I''ve literally known it for two years and have built and built towards this. As I have been building towards the end of Season 8, the last three seasons are literally all one big story and it''s leading towards one specific event, I have the Post-it on my desk. ''That''s the end of Season 8.''
Wallace Reimagines Some Screening Homework to Prepare for What''s to Come: "What I would advise people to do before watching our Episodes 12, 13 and onward is to revisit Season 6''s beginning, but I wouldn''t watch it for "Bloodwork," but I''d watch it for all the other reasons. The clues have been there the whole time."
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